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Author: Steve Marquis
ISBN: 0465004385
Pages: 320 pages
Publisher: Basic Books (May 3, 1996)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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e-Book Art Lessons: Learning From The Rise And Fall Of Public Arts Funding epub download

by Steve Marquis



Art Lessons: Learning Fr. .has been added to your Cart. Fascinating to read, engrossing in its details, brilliant in its analysis, ART LESSONS is a "must read" for anyone who wants to understand why the NEA has gotten in the trouble it finds itself.

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Dalrymple, Jean, From the Last Row (Clifton, NJ: James T. White, 1975). 2. Danto, Arthur . Censorship and Subsidy in the Arts, Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Oct. 1993): 34–35. Recommend this journal.

Art Lessons is a fresh look at how Americans fund the arts - and why - by a major cultural historian. Packed with anecdotes about the creation of such leading cultural institutions as Lincoln Center, the National Endowment of the Arts, and the American Film Institute, and filled with stories about politicians, artists, philanthropists, and NEA chairs, the book offers a behind-the-scenes look at our cultural elite: the early battles over whether to allow affluent Jews to be part of the. fund-raising establishment. Marquis was best known as an art and cultural historian who wrote about people in the art world, public arts funding and the mingling of high art and popular culture.

Marquis (Alfred H. Barr, J. 1989, et. sets out to chart the course of public arts funding in the United States from the . Marquis then turns helter-skelter to specific projects such as the building of New York's City Center and other performing arts centers. sets out to chart the course of public arts funding in the United States from the end of WW II to the present day, but her well-intentioned study is stunted by its lack of a discernable central thesis. To set the stage, she touches upon postwar flourishing of official art patronage. While jumping around, Marquis highlights the role of the Ford Foundation as arts-funding pioneer and role model for the National Endowment for the Arts.

ART LESSONS LEARNING FROM THE RISE AND FALL OF PUBLIC ARTS FUNDING ALICE GOLDFARB MARQUIS BASIC B avrms BOOKS A Member of the Perseus Books Group. ART LESSONS LEARNING FROM THE RISE AND FALL OF PUBLIC ARTS FUNDING ALICE GOLDFARB MARQUIS BASIC B avrms BOOKS A Member of the Perseus Books Group. Art lessons : learning from the rise and fall of public arts funding, Alice Goldfarb Marquis, p. e.Publication Date: 1996.

Her published works Include Art Lessons: Learning from the Rise and Fall of Public Arts Funding, The Art Biz: The Covert World of Collectors, Dealers, Auction Houses, Museums, and Critics, and Alfred H. Barr, Jr. Missionary for the Modern. In 2002, she published Marcel Duchamp: The Bachelor Stripped Bare (MFA Publications), which the Washington Times called "the most sober appraisal yet of this artist. Библиографические данные.

Art Lessons: Learning from the Rise and Fall of Public Arts Funding. It is obvious to many librarians that requests for information on funding sources are increasing in most types of libraries. Alice Goldfarb Marquis. Public support programs are dwindling, and corporate profits are receding. The publishing field has responded to this need by producing a new array of tools to help grant seekers find appropriate funding sources.

Offering a fresh look at what's wrong with how Americans fund the arts--and why--this book, based on wide-ranging interviews and massive research, goes beyond identifying the failures of the present system to offer a plan for fixing it.
Spilberg
GREAT
Goldenfang
It is a shame the publisher reportedly pulped the unsold copies of this seminal book instead of permitting the author -- and others -- to purchase them. This book gives the best account of the background to the NEA controversy and explains why the National Endowment for the Arts has been a bureaucratic mess since it was first set up in the Johnson administration. If anyone wants to know why there is still controversy about the subject, this book is the place to begin.
Hanad
Finally, an objective and impartial history of the troubled National Endowment for the Arts. Fascinating to read, engrossing in its details, brilliant in its analysis, ART LESSONS is a "must read" for anyone who wants to understand why the NEA has gotten in the trouble it finds itself. A perfect 10